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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894

Rosebud Creamery Butter. It Stands First. Quality Excellent ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. To-day, Saturday, June 2. -Edwd. Hicgenb, Mahsfiali,, and Co., at the Municipal yards, Muawollbrook, at two, a quiet dairy herd, comprising 100 cows, heifers, and steers, and two young bulla. Mr. W. J. Bronner, at the StanUopo Fublio ecliool, at eleven, 'household furniture and effects, double-seated hooded buggy and harness, dray and liurness, horses, cow, poultry, Mr. jfi&KiuoiiT, at his rooms, West Maitland, at three, all tbat piece or parcel of land, having a frontage of 107ft. or there abouts to tho Oakhampton road, on which is crected two * cottages. Monday, .Tune 4. Dir. J. N. Brunker, at the Campbell's Ilill yards, at eleven, 95 fat cattle ; MO fat sheep : CO fat and Btore pips. Hjggens, Marshall, and Co., at tho Municipal Yards, Campbell's Hill, at eleven, 210 fat cattle ; 830 lat sheep ; 40 fat Iambs ; 50 fat and Btore pigs. Mr. E. vf. Sparke, at the Campbell's Hill yards, at ...

Publication Title: Maitland Weekly Mercury, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894

PENMSIMK & ORIENTAL S. I. CQSPMY. THE ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS o£ the above Company will bo despatched from Circular Quay (Macquarie Point) a'nd from Mel bourne and Adelaide on the following dates at NOON FOE LONDON (Touching at tho usual intermediate ports en route) Jjuuvc , iiwive Steamer. g Comranadtr. Sydney Ade ? ? Noon. Mel° rn' hide. Rome ? 5545 A. B. Danlell.. June 11 June 10 June 20 . Parramattn ... 4771 P. Hnrrls ? June 25 June 30 July ! - Britannia...... 0'5- C P. Preston.. July 9 July 14 July 18 .Oceana ? G3G2 K Stewurt ? July 23 July 28 Aug. 1 Australia ...... 7000 I lteeves ? AuR.fi Aug. 11 Aug. 1 I Himalaya ? C608 II. T. Murray.. Aug 20 Aug. 25 Aug. 29 Jiallaarut ? 474S r. S. Angus ... Sept. 3 Sept. 8 Sept. 11! And thenceforward every alternate week. BATES OF PASSAGE MONEY TO LONDON : First Saloon, £60 to £.10. 'v Second Saloon, £35, X37, -£40. EETURN T ICKETS, £65 to £115. TO INDIA. First saloon, single, .£40; return, £00 Second saloon, single, £25 ; return, JUO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894

OPERA I0LANTHE I0LANTHE MAITLAND 0PM SQCIETY. PRINCIPALS, CHORUS, and ORCHESTRA. 70 PERFORMERS. Commencing Wednesday, 27th jtjne. THREE NIGHTS ONLY. A. W. JUNCKER, 0081 Conductor. SCHOOL HOUSE, LOCHINVAR. THURSDAY, 14th JUNE, 1894. Dramatic Entertainment, IN AID OP PARSONAGE DEBT. POPULAR AMATEURS PROM MAITLAND WILL ASSIST. Further particulars future issue. 0989 F-lday~Half-Hal!day Association. MR. IRWIN RITCHIE, Grocer and Ironmonger, High-BtreeS. HAS FALLEN IN WITH THE VIEWS OP THE ABOVE, and will CLOSE ' HIS ESTABLISHMENT AT ONE O'CLOCK ON ' Fbiday Afternoons. T. WILKS, ?) Joint 01000 J. B. O'BRIEN, J Hon. Sees. NOTICE IS hereby given that ALL PERSONS POUND TRESPASSING on the EAST GLENDON ESTATE after the publication of this Notice WILL BE PROSECUTED. PRANK DRINAN, Manager. ?0970 Per Thos. Drinan. 12 REWARD. LOST, from RUTHERFORD, on Sunday, May 20, 1894, ONE BAY HORSE, PR over C, 991 on ribs ; BROWN MARE, PR over C, 741 on ribs ; BROWN MARE, PR over C, 664 on ribs ; BLACK HORSE,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894

—?a 'ILTo TosefV umbol' ALL CLOTHING bought from SAVIDG-E and LITTLE is Thoroughly Reliable, and will stand any test. Pull Range of Macintosh Overcoats now in stock; new shapes, sewn seams, and guaranteed. A Large Assortment of Well Cut Winter Clothing. Boys' Knicker Suits a speciality. ? PLEASANT INFORMATION. It is pleasant for us to be able to communicate to our friends or relations when they suffer, a eemedy — especially when such remedy is simple, inexpensive, and easy to take. Such a remedy is 'Wolfe's Schnapps. Ladies who are in feeble health will find a wholesome, invigorating tonic in 'Wolfe's Schnapps. They who suffer from rheumatism should promptly avail themselves of this wonderful remedy, for it is a positive efficacy of specific against **#/*? wpm Wolfe's rheumatism, and Vf OLf Ei ^ Schnapps in has succeeded all cases of rheu when medical- matism. Test it, men have failed. Qf*IJEyADDQ therefore, for There can be no wUniiHllO yourselves. Then doubt about the again, Wolfe...

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NEWS BY CABLE [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894

NEWS BY CABLE, CuriruB rumours are afloat in Paris to the effect that Ismail Pasha, formerly Khedive of Egypt, which position he abdicated in 1879, is dead, his death being kept secret. A birthday gazette announces the decoration for volunteer officers is to be extended to officers of corps in India and the colonies. Ihe follow ing further honours aro notified : — Field-marshal in the Army General Viscount W olsley . General Sir Donald Martin Stewart, formerly Commander-in-Chief in India. Baronet : Samuel Montagu. Knights Bachelor: Frances Seymour Haden, F.R.C.S. ; J. Hutton, Chairman of the London County Council. Knights Grand Cross of the Most Distinguished Order of St. Michael and St. George: Sir Henry Ayers, K.C.M.G., formerly Premier of South Australia. Knights Commanders (K.C.M.G.) : J. B. Patterson, Premier of Victoria j Edwin Sandys, Dawes Head, of the well-known film of Gray, Dawes, and Company, of London, Queensland, etc., Companions of the Most Honourable Order of the Bat...

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MAIL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894

MAIL EXTRACTS. Herr Dowe, of bullet-proof coat fame, has amply proved his own faith in his invention. He recently invited a small number of persons to witness a more valuable teat. First a bullet was fired from a magazine rifle now in use in the German Army at a block ?£ oak, which it pierced. Herr Dowe then, dressed iu his coat, had himself fired at. The bullet remained embedded in the coat. An eye witness describes the moment as an awful one for the onlookers, who involuntarily closed their eyes. Herr Dowe, however, smiled, saying, 'I feel nothing.' A second shot was fired at his heart, happily with tho same effect. The exciting spectacle ended with quick firing at a horse covered with his pullet-proof cloth. The animal went on eating, and only started now and then at tho report. There is quite an epidemic of suicide in Paris. A domestic servant recently threw herself from a fifth-floor window in the Boulevard de Courcelles on account of family troubles. A marble-mason committed s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894

D.'partment of Lands, Sydney, 16th May, 1894. SPECIAL AREAS AT ON the 14th June next, THEEE POETIONS OF LAND, containing 319| Acres, will be O PEN FOE SELECTION. Particulars as follows : — Nearest Town, East Maitland, 9 miles distant ; nearest Eailway Station, Hexham, 7 miles distant ; Maximum area allowed for Selection, 218 acres ; Minimum area allowed for Selection, 40 acreB j price per acre, 50s ; character of soil — undulating, in places almost level, fairly timbered with Iron Bark, Gum, Stringy Bark, and Blood Wood. Deposit money, ten per ccnt. on above prices. Survey fees — 4 acres ^S1,b 10 acres £2, 20 acres £3, 40 acres £4, 80 acres -E5. No money other than the deposit will be required for three years from date of application. Annual instalments will then commence at the rate of 5 per cent, per annum on the full price per acre until the balance with 4 per cent, interest is paid. The selector must make the land his bona fide home and commence to reside on it within 3 months f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894

SALES BY AUCTION. HUNTER RIVER Fain' Fries Sales ABB HELD /On TUESDAYS and FRI at HFnPACTi e ) DAYS,atl0a.m. And Farm ax HbHGASTLE j Produce EVERY THURS CDAY Afternoon, at 2 p.m. at 1**1X1 tun f EVERY WEDNESDAY KAITUINB [ commencing at 9 a.m. J. N. BRUNKER, 0606 Auctioneer. FAT STOCK., JN. BRUNKER has received instructions to ? sell by auction, at Campbell's Hill, on Mon day, the 4th of June, 1894, at Eleven o'clock, 40 PRIME FAT BULLOCKS, for R. G. Yeomans. 25 PRIME FAT BULLOCKS, for J. A. Tulloch. . 30 PRIME FAT CATTLE, for J. Moore. 300 PRIME FAT SHEEP, for Messrs. Clift Bros. 240 PRIME FAT SHEEP, for Northern Agente. SPRINGING COWS AND VEALERS. .Also, GO FAT AND STORE PIGS. Terms cash. 0996 FAT STOCK. EDWD. HIGGENS, MARSHALL, & CO. have received instructions to sell by auction, at tte Municipal Yards, Campbell's Hill, on Monday, the 4th June, 1894, at Eleven o'clock, 30 PRIME FAT COWS, for Thos. Ritter, Goo raogoola. 80 PRIME FAT BULLOCKS, for White Bros., Edinglassie. 5...

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Odd Facts about Books. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894

Odd Facts about Books. The British museum has bookB written on brickB, tiles, oyster shells, bones and flat stones, together with manuscripts on bark, on leaves, on ivory, leather, parchment, papyrus, lead, iron, copper and wood. It has three copies of the Bible written on the leaves of the fan palm. It is said that no book has ever been printed whioh did not contain typographical blunders. The nearest approach to perfection is 'The Luaiad,' printed by Joza Souza in 1817, which has but one, and tbat an accident caused by the press. An Oxford library has a manusoript containing th9 whole Bible. It is written on a piece of papoh 1 ment so thin and the writing is so minute that the whole, when rolled up, is neatly packed away in the shell of a common walnut. The titles of 8,000 books, mostly controversial, dealing with the subject of baptism, are given in tho catalogues. The British museum has 732 histories of England, covering every age of its growth. The Imperial library at Paris ha3...

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POETRY. THE AUGUST FLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894

POETRY. THE AUGUST FLY. O fly. thou nrt too fly t ^ There aro no flina on tnee, But oh, thou art on mo, And thy persistency Thus raokeB me eodly sign; O fly, thou art too fly 1 O fly, wilt thoa not fly To Bomo fur dlitant spot, Some placo where I am not, And whllo it is so hot Hefrain from comlnp nigh ? O fly, wilt thou not fly 1 Thou art a peat, O fly So tiokliali are thy feet In August's sticky heat. That life's no longer sweet When thou art by. Thou art a peat, O fly I

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A DARING GAME. CHAPTER XXXIII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894

A DARING GAME. CHAPTER XXX.III— (Continued.) The girl obeyed and sat down upon % stool httbe old lady's feet. Mrs. Wroat smiled upon her and talked to ber, and when Peters came in, announcing that luncheon waited, I/ally and her great-aunt were in tbe midst of a confidential talk and their friendship bad already deepened into a mutual anectiou. Luncheon whs served in tbe dining-room, acrosstbebn.il from Mrs. Wroat# chamber. After tbe luncheon, Peters assisted her aged miBtresa back to ber own room, Lally lending ?Bn arm to the support of the old lady. After being ensconced in her favorite chair, tbe old lady ordered : ' Bring me my little desk. I want to write a note to my lawyer.' This operation over, Peters read and sealed the missive, remold the desk and went out upon her errand. Some two hours later, Mr. HarriB Mrs. VV roat's lawyer, arrived and was shown into the old lady'a presence. He was an old man, Bbarp-witted, business-like and reticent, but honest, kindly, and devoted to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894

THE PERFECTION OF BRANDY. V, ? ? — ? ? ? ___ ? JOSHUA BROTHERS' AUSTRALIAN BRANDY CE3 o- acnes.®!* E5.xxgj HESjCEinca..) YHE pure distillation of Australian Grapes ? | *Wla.0le30KaQ, 3J'oi3.a.'is3a.i3n.s,» SfciiKsa.na.la/fciixS' Pronounced by the highest authorities and experts to be THE PERFECTION OF BRANDY, and equal in quality to the finest Cognac. In cases and bulk of all Wine and Spirit Merchants. S. HOFFNUNG & CO., Sydney, Sole Agents for N. S. Wales and Queensland. Iff® C3-'OWM_A-IS:Elia, HIGH-STREET, WEST liSTLAME Guns, Revolvers, and Ammunition. SELLING OFF AT COST P3UCE. MTJST SELL. OOIWCE and.INSPECT PRICES. ? :0: ? LOADED CARTRIDGES, 8s per 100. Empty Cartridge Cases, 2s 6d per 100. Cashmore Guns, your own price, from ^63 10s up to .£20. HEALTH FOR ALL. Purify the Blood, Correct all Disorders of the LIVER, STOMACH, KIDNEYS, and BOWELS. They Invigorate and Restore to Health Debilitated Constitutions, and are invaluable in all Complaints incidental to Females of al...

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COONABARABRAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894

COONABARABRAN. Queen's Birthday was kept as a holiday in Coona barabran. The teachers of the Church of England Sunday school' held their annual picnic, and invited all the children of the town to take part in the merry-making. A large number of children, with their friends, met at the Church of England, and, forming into line, marched double file, headed by the band, with two youths in front bearing aloft a banner witn ' welcome m jarge letters ; nags ana bannerettes were carried by a number of the youngsters, which, with the many different-coloured dresses of the girls, rendered the long line an im posing one. The Sunday school teachers marched at intervals alongside the ranks. The place of rendezvous was on the flat over the river, within eaBy distance of the town. During the afternoon there could not have been fewer than from three to four hundred people, young and old, on tho ground. There was sufficient and to spare in the shape of the nice things of this life provided, and a m...

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SYDNEY BOUDOIR GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894

SYDNEY BOUDOIR GOSSIP. [By Za.ii a.] Mrs. Bowden-Smith's laat at home of tho present aeries took place on Friday last with the usual pleasant BUcoess. Boats were waiting at the man o' war steps to convey the guests down tbe water, and the host and hostess, assisted by their daughters, recoived them on the lawn. Admiralty House has an ideal situation, and the house lends itsel£ ex cellently for entertaining. The large drawing room is a comfortable place to lounge in when one 18 tired of promenading the gardens j beyond is the dining-room, where Miss Mildred Bowden-Smith presides, and looks after her mother's gue;ts. The broad verandah runs round one end and the side of tho house, and here, seated on comfortable chairs, bhe tennis can be watched, as one of the courts opens off this verandah. There is an asphalt court in another part of the garden. . The Orlando Band is generally in attendance on the lawn, and the afternoon passes in pleasant intercourse with friends. , On Friday there...

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COLLY BLUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894

COLLY BLUE. I At Colly Blue on the 24th inst. Her Majesty's Birthday was celebrated by the holding of a race meeting, when at' out 150 persons were present, and in which several horses of good calibre were sent to compete. Eeveal (Macdonald), Fashion (Cliff) Stockings (Grace) were among them, but the Honors or tne day were generally carried by Eeveal, who won nearly all the larger events of the interest ing programme submitted by tho promoters of the /meeting. The weather was fine, but cloudy and somewhat cold, but the good attendance quoted put in an ?appearance to enjoy the day's proceedings. Among them were all kinds and conditions of men ranging from the democratic dealer to- the doctor, the pedagogue to the philosopher, and the sharp shooter to the shearer and professional bookie, ?and certainly this combination of widely diverse characters tended in no small degree to a very enjoy able, harmonious, and successful day's pleasure. The proceedings were marked by tho total absence...

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H. R. Farmers and Consumers Agency Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894

H. E. Farmers and Consumers ? Agency Co. At the Company's sheds, South Maitland, on Wed nesday, Mr. T. P. Nolan disposed of the following catalogue: — Butter 4d to 9d per lb., eggs Is 2d to Is 3Jd per doz., lard 3d to 6d per lb., cheese 2d to 3£d, honey 2s 9d to 3s per tin, large 2Jd to 3d per lb., dripping 2d to 3d, fowls Is 6d to 3s per pair, ducks 2s to 3s, turkeys 3s to 7s, geese 2s 9d to 3s Gd, guinea fowls Is to 2a, pigs 3a to 6s 6d each, pork 2}d to 3d per lb., meat Jd to lid, mutton 3d to Id, brooms 6s 6d to 8s per doz., potatoes 3s to 4s 3d per cwt., pumpkins 9d to Is per doz., grammas Is to Is 3d, squashes 7d to Is, chocos Is to Is 3d, oranges $d to - lid per doz., mandarins Id to lid, lemons Jd to Id, Lisbons 3d to S3, cabbage Is 3d to Is Gd, bananas 4d to Gd, hay — lucerne Is 7d to 2s Gd per cwt., wheaten Is 6d to 2s 9d.

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QUIRINDI. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894

QUIRINDI. On the 24th (Queen's Birthday) a most enjoyable | dance was held in the Oddfellows' Hall, the mem- J bers of the Social Polo Club having invited a large number of friends and members ot the visiting polo teamB to while away an hour or two on the light fantastic. Under the able hand of Herr Floraack, who supplied excellent music, the dancing went along with a good swing, and altogether things were an 'merry as wedding bella' until a late hour. There was a goodly gathering, some 70 or 80 persons in all, and as the catering was supplied by Mr. Martin, of this town, and the floor in splendid condition, it is needless to say that we all enjoyed it, and were very loathe to leave. Among those present were ; — Lady Brown, Tam worth. dress of brown brocade and gimp trimmings ; Mrs. J. Suckling, Woodton, looked well in black satin, with white satin sleeves ; Mrs. King, Goonoo Goonoo, black silk, with jet ornaments Mrs. G. G. Friend, Colly Creek, wore the most noticeable dress of the...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894

' See here, stranger.' said the tall, broad shouldered, backwoods Kentuckian' 'ef you're a revivalist, or whatever they call 'om, you'd better make tracks from this part of the country. We ain't in love with your business.' ' My friend, you amaze mo. What has occured to draw out the opposition to the men who are struggling to Bave aoulsP' 'Stranger, tho last meetins was held here three years ago. Durin' the religious ex citement B.U Stubbe, Jira Hall and Hank Weaver told as bow they had each killed a man, and, stranger, I'll bo blowed if the sheriff didn't have ' 'om at tho end of a rope in less'n seventeen months. Now, we don't want no more widdies and orphorns in thiB hero community j so you just cut stickB for the next county.' ? Bulgarian peasants, it is said, hove given up grain growing to a great extent and aro engaged 'in 'raising roses, the attnr of which is very profitable.

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CASSILIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894

CASSILIS. A very successful entertainment was given m Braggett'n Hall on Wednesday last by members of the Inglewood Dramatic Club, assisted by a few of the Cassilis tu.l«nfc. Tho pieces staged wen? 'Brother Bill and Me' and 'The Irish Tiger. Both farces seetued to please immensely, and the perform ers are to be complimented upon tne nappy manner in which each took their parts. A short concert, coi^iisting of songs, duets, and recitations, helped to make up a very nice evening's amusement, and without a doubt th9 entertainment was an un qualified success in every respect. The funds of tho local cricket club will be considerably aug mented by the proceeds. On Queen's Biithdav a number of members of the Cassilis Civilian B.ifle Club competed for prizes on the local range. The day was suitable to rifle shooting, although the light at times was change able. A number of members — in fact it might be said nearly all — are much out of practice, but taking all things into consideration the s...

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MOUNT VINCENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894

MOUNT VINCENT. A very sad accident happened at an early hour on .Friday morning 25th instant to an elderly man — - James Henry — which terminated fatally on the following Sunday. It seems that Mr. J. Henry was engaged in felling a tree, which had another tree previously lodged in it. The heavy pressure caused the tree to snap off suddenly, some of the branches v striking deceased, breaking hie leg, collar-bone, and arm — a portion of the tree pinning the unfortunate man to the ground. In this terrible condition he was found by Mr. P. George, who passing near the spot was attracted by the groans of the snfferer ? and immediately released him from his painful position, and sent for assistance, which being pro cured deceased was with great difficulty conveyed to his son's residence at Mulbring and was treated by Dr. Pentland, who gave little hopes of his re covery. Deceased was bnrried in the Wealeyan Cemetery, Mulbring. The Eev. B. Lane delivered an impressive address on the shortness...

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